The game features a match between crickets and snails to celebrate the ICC Champions Trophy in England and Wales.
You can simply click your mouse to swing the bat and watch the snails scurry after the ball as your crickets make their runs.
The Google Doodle team used snails to illustrate the fact that the game can be enjoyed by users with the slowest internet connection.
They said: “We know that cricket is loved worldwide, so we wanted to make sure our Doodle works for everyone.
“We kept the file size fly-sized, and the result is our smallest interactive Doodle ever — even snail networks can load it in seconds.”
The Google Doodle has now been taken down in the UK, but you can still play the game on the Google Doodle archives.
The ICC Champions Trophy is back in England and Wales for the fourth time and runs until June 18.
Google Doodle is marking the second day of the ICC Champions Trophy with an addictive cricket game
India are the cup holders after they defeated England by five runs in the 2013 final.
We wanted to make sure our Doodle works for everyone
The one-day cricket tournament began yesterday when England took on Bangladesh at the Oval.
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Australia v New Zealand is underway again after being suspended due to heavy rain.
Ben Stokes will be hoping to make an impact after returning from injury
Star players to look out for this tournement are England’s Ben Stokes, India’s Ravindra Jadeja and Bangladesh’s Shakib Al Hasan.
Stokes is the perfect all-action all-rounder and will be hoping to make a big impact throughout the tournament.
England captain Eoin Morgan is confident the 25-year-old bowler will play a pivotal role in the competition.
“Obviously the form he’s in at the moment and the way he’s batting it’s literally like having two players,” Morgan said.
Shakin Al Hasan could pose opposition a serious threat
Shakib Al Hasan is a world-class cricketer and will be hoping his spin bowling will pose a threat to England’s wickets.
How to watch the ICC Champions Trophy
All matches will be shown live on Sky Sports 2. BBC Two will show highlights for all games.
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What are the latest odds?
England are favourties to lift the coveted trophy at 11/8 according to oddschecker. India has odds of 9/2 to be crowned champions.
What is the schedule?
Champions Trophy 2017 fixtures – group stages (all times local; BST)
June 1, England v Bangladesh, The Oval (10.30am)
June 2, Australia v New Zealand, Edgbaston (10.30am)
June 5, Australia v Bangladesh, The Oval (1.30pm)
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June 6, England v New Zealand, Sophia Gardens (10.30am)
June 9, New Zealand v Bangladesh, Sophia Gardens (10.30am)
June 10, England v Australia, Edgbaston (10.30am)
June 3, Sri Lanka v South Africa, The Oval (10.30am)
June 4, India v Pakistan, Edgbaston (10.30am)
June 7, Pakistan v South Africa, Edgbaston (1.30pm)
June 8, India v Sri Lanka, The Oval (10.30am)
June 11, India v South Africa, The Oval (10.30am)
June 12, Sri Lanka v Pakistan, Sophia Gardens (10.30am)
Champions Trophy 2017 fixtures – knockout stages
June 14, Winner of Group A v Runner-up of Group B, Sophia Gardens (10.30am)
June 15, Winner of Group B v Runner-up of Group A, Edgbaston, (10.30am)
June 18, Final, The Oval (10.30am)
June 19, Final reserve day (10.30am)